NUMA is drilling its way into YouTube, where it will introduce videos of its down-the-hole hammer and bit product line with the industry.
"NUMA down-the-hole hammers and bits are being run all over the world and I am very excited to start using YouTube to demonstrate their power and efficiency," says Ralph Leonard NUMA’s president.
The company is planning not only to post its drilling tools in action, but also how-to videos to help educate drillers on processes like the breakdown, clean-up and reassembling of hammers. With an expanded engineering department and a presence on YouTube, NUMA hopes to build upon existing customer service satisfaction.
“We live in a great time that information can be readily accessed 24 hours a day, and NUMA is proud to be a part of it," Leonard says.
Since its beginning in 1985, NUMA has become a major manufacturer of DTH hammers and bits for the domestic and international drilling industry. The company designs and builds downhole hammers and bits for drilling vertical and horizontal holes 3-1/2 to 48 inches (89 - 1219 mm) in diameter. To learn more about NUMA, visit www.numahammers.com.